Prince, 3rdEyeGirl plan 'Pajama Dance Party' at Paisley Park

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Prince is getting ready to party at Paisley Park again, and this time he's asking people to wear their pajamas.

The Purple One announced on his Twitter account Wednesday that his new band, 3rdEyeGirl, is playing the Chanhassen music complex early Saturday.

Dubbed "The Breakfast Experience: The Pajama Dance Party," the event gets underway at 2 a.m. The poster for event suggests the party will last "until the sun comes up," and asks people who attend to "dress to impress" and "keep it classy!"

Like Prince's last show at Paisley Park, the Minnesota music icon is suggesting a $50 donation at the door. The Oct. 5 gig was the musician's first gig at the facility in four years.

Prince's Pajama Dance Party comes days after he released the sexed up video for his new single "Breakfast Can Wait," directed and starring his 18-year-old protege, Danielle Curiel.

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